Keeping the Rubber Side Down

By Tim Skelton Over the next few weeks I’m going to be writing a series of blogs about tyres. One of the most commonly asked questions I get is what pressures to run your tyres at on-road as well as off-road, and that’s exactly the question I’m going to be answering in this blog. So if you have ever been confused at what pressures to run your tyres at, read on, all is about to be revealed! One of the simplest, and most important things you can do to keep your tyres in good shape is to make sure that they are properly inflated. Failure to maintain correct tyre pressures may result in fast and uneven tread wear, improper vehicle handling, and excessive heat build-up that could result in ty

Hand Me Down Helps Out in Lesotho

By Tim Skelton So what is our Hand Me Down initiative? Well a few months ago we were approached by First National Bank to do a feature for their You Can Help campaign which some of you may have seen on the TV. They have put together this amazing short film that sums up the Hand Me Down project perfectly! So for those of you that have made donations of clothing and your time in the past, this is where all your efforts are going to. Thank you for your ongoing support for this project and thanks to First National Bank for making this film possible! We Hope you enjoy watching it! #youcanhelp #handmedown #fnb #saadventure

Hand Me Down, October 2014

By Alison Priestley This would be the second time I had the amazing opportunity to join the “Hand Me Down” volunteer team, travelling to Lesotho for the October 2014 re-distribution. Having been there in March 2014 for the first time I was thrilled to be back again so soon. We arrived at our base, Maliba Mountain Lodge, in the dark. It was only when we woke up in the morning and looked outside did we see the stunningly beautiful Maluti Mountains that encapsulate the valley. We met up with Daniel, the Community Trust Manager, and Dean from Clarens, who is also involved in helping the poorest communities in the area. The 4x4’s and Dean’s red “Volksie Bus" set off at around 9:00 am and after

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